CADI-GAL by Blak Douglas
World Square is celebrating NAIDOC Week from 7-13 July!
Renowned Indigenous artist and three time Archibald finalist, Blak Douglas, has been commissioned to bring to life a NAIDOC Week vision in the Square Tuesday 9 July & Wednesday 10 July.
This live mural installation is in recognition of the NAIDOC Week 2019 mantra ‘Voice. Treaty. Truth.’ giving a voice to the Indigenous people of Australia.
CADI-GAL will create a familiar brand name in the World Square space;
“#CADI-GAL is designed at bringing further awareness of the traditional custodians land upon which we live, work & play. The aim is to create a faux ‘advertising board’, imagining that CADIGAL may one day become a brand name / commercial empire as culture evolves toward the future.“
– Blak Douglas
Artist Information: Black Douglas is a Koori artist and performer with Dhungatti Aboriginal and Irish descent, disciplined and multi-skilled in both Aboriginal and Western art techniques. Not only has he been a finalist in the Archibald on three occasions, but Blak Douglases’ work has been featured as a finalist in the Wynne Prize and a number of prestigious exhibitions in Australia and overseas. We are honored to have the presence of such an esteemed creative in World Square for NAIDOC Week 2019.
Take in Blak Douglases’ NAIDOC Week vision being exhibited in the Square for a limited time only and share on social media with #WSqArt & #NAIDOC2019.
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